8-year-old remains in critical condition after being exposed to high levels of carbon monoxide from furnace in Ohio home
Cal Ripken Jr. spent his 21-year career as a shortstop and third baseman for the Baltimore Orioles. "The Iron Man" will always be known for playing a record 2,632 consecutive games in 17 seasons. Now, in retirement, Ripken enjoys sharing his life experiences with kids through a series of books. He joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his newest installment called "Out at Home."
Ronna Heaton first took up wrestling in grade school. While the 15-year-old's commitment to the sport and her success on the mat has grown over the years, she still faces resistance as a young woman competing in the traditionally male sport. Elaine Quijano reports.
Man dressed as a construction worker tried to enter White House compound, but was stopped by guard and became combative
High school senior Michelle Carter faces involuntary manslaughter charges after allegedly encouraging friend Conrad Roy III to kill himself. Court documents show thousands of text messages, including one that read, "Let me know when you're gonna to do it." Former Massachusetts prosecutor and CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the disturbing case.
Multiple investigations are being launched into a deadly police shooting in Los Angeles. Cameras captured LAPD officers shooting a man after a confrontation with a suspect at a homeless encampment in the city's infamous Skid Row. Ben Tracy reports.
Netanyahu in U.S. for highly controversial speech; Lumber Liquidators' laminate flooring a health hazard?; woman wrestler making waves
Boston is now within four inches of the record for snowiest winter of all time: 107.6 inches in the 1995-1996 season. Snow farms are being used to dump and melt the more than 8 feet of snow that's already blasted the city. Five inches of snow blanketed New York City on Sunday, while the snow system also brought treacherous conditions to drivers in the Midwest. Anna Werner reports from Boston.
Search is on for device's owner; homeowner says there's a certain score to settle
Latest blast of snow caused treacherous driving conditions from the Midwest to New England, and put Boston within inches of the high-mark
Officers used a stun gun in the struggle before gunshots rang out
Dek The NBC comedy show is known for pushing the envelope, but this time it might have gone too far. Several viewers took to Twitter calling the sketch “tasteless”.
A California family grieving over the discovery of the body of a three-week old baby believes his mother could not have harmed him
A law allowing limited recreational use of marijuana is now in effect in Washington, DC. Some members of Congress called on Attorney General Eric Holder, who is entering what is expected to be his last week in office, to help stop the law but he declined to intervene. Justice Reporter Paula Reid examines Eric Holder's complex legacy on marijuana.
Rain, hail and other precipitation came to the area as thunderstorms developed along the state's central coast
Potholes are the bane of any American driver, but one man is filling his pockets with pothole profits. Don Dahler reports on how he is profiting from the asphalt craters.
A milestone has investors taking stock of the NASDAQ comeback. Last week, the tech-heavy index nearly hit 5000 - where it hasn’t been since the dot-com bubble burst 15 years ago. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains the NASDAQ’s comeback, and why it’s important.
It's been a tale of two coasts, with different types of extreme weather conditions hitting different spots of the country, impacting the economy in some places. Jericka Duncan reports from New York.
While many places in the Northeast had their coldest February ever, the West is still struggling to crawl out of its drought. Carter Evans reports on the Western winter.
CBS News justice reporter Paula Reid went inside a D.C. marijuana convention to find out how enthusiasts view the Department of Justice